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'She said she thought it was a drill:' Starting last year, center's staff began completing active shooter drills | 02 Dec 2015 | Today, we read: San Bernardino mass shooting leaves multiple dead, authorities say - At least 14 people were killed and up to three suspects were being sought in a mass shooting Wednesday on the grounds of a social services facility in Southern California, authorities said. San Bernardino County sheriff spokeswoman Coral Castro told Newsday that San Bernardino police are still searching for the trio of suspects. Authorities said 14 people were killed and at least 14 more were at area hospitals, some with "significant injuries."...A witness told CNN his daughter was evacuated from the building. "She said she thought it was a drill," he said. Starting last year, the staff began completing active shooter drills. [San Bernardino County participated in an active shooter exercise YESTERDAY. 'It looks the three actors have been caught.' Wow, blatant. (MSNBC) See also, for historical perspective: Active shooter drills held in Rancho Cucamonga | 01 Aug 2013 | Various law enforcement agencies in San Bernardino County worked together Thursday for hands-on drills simulating an active shooter inside a movie theater. They gathered at the Victoria Gardens Shopping Center in Rancho Cucamonga. During an early-morning drill, girls came out screaming for help, and the sheriff's department went into the movie theater in full tactical gear and guns drawn as if it were a real event. Officials have been practicing the drill all week. The Rancho Cucamonga Fire Department was one of the agencies participating in the event... Members of the fire department will go in with a team of armed law enforcement officers before the scene has been deemed completely safe to treat the seriously wounded. It's a technique modeled after what combat soldiers do to treat the wounded in a war zone. Also, see: Active-shooter drills held in Rancho Cucamonga by KABC – Los Angeles - Law enforcement agencies in San Bernardino County worked together for drills simulating an active shooter inside a theater. (Video)]